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NORTHERN SERIES: OSLO EDITION

At The Trip Boutique, we’ve always been fascinated with Europe’s mythical north, its modern cities and forward-thinking mindset - so we've decided to do a series focused on our Northern European favorites. In this newsletter we showcase our latest destination launch, Oslo, highlighting a few of the things that demonstrate that its reputation for avant-garde architecture, a progressive culinary scene and open-minded culture is well-deserved.

Let this newsletter inspire you to explore when its safe to travel again with our selection of special finds, insider tips and hidden gems. As a further enticement to check out all that Oslo has to offer, our partner VisitOSLO is sponsoring a free custom-made itinerary for the city. Click here to take advantage of this deal.

OUR PICKS

Special places we want to share with you

Brick facade of Oslo's Kunstnernes Hus in autumn
Image by @kunstnerneshus

Kunstnernes Hus
Located in the heart of Oslo, Kunstnernes Hus (Norwegian for "Artists' House") was established by artists in 1930 and is considered one of Norway's most important contemporary art institutions. The building is an architectonic landmark Read more...
Stallen's kitchen with the chef's seen from the distance
Image by @stallen_oslo

Stallen
Situated in a charmingly refurbished horse stable, Stallen offers an extensive tasting menu that combines homegrown and Nordic sourced ingredients prepared in an open kitchen space where patrons are effectively rubbing elbows with the chefs. Read more...
Cappucino sits with orange flowers in brown vase against a green tile background
Image by @moccaoslo

Mocca Coffee Shop
Touted by many as the best coffee in Oslo, Mocca is a stylish and tranquil café situated near the Royal Palace and the green spaces of Sankt Hanshaugen Park and Slottsparken in the upscale neighborhood of Briskeby. Mocca’s owner, Robert Thoresen is a former architect  Read more...
Woman draped in white linen entering a building
Image by @sanatorium.no

Sanatorium
In need of a creative rehab? Sanatorium, the concept store/hotel/apartment/role-playing theatre/furnishing store/design studio offers a creative rehab both figuratively and literally. You can visit as an impartial observer and simply wander or shop in Read more...

LOVE THESE PLACES TOO?
DISCOVER YOUR VERY OWN OSLO


MEET THE LOCALS
Viewing the city through the eyes of our favorite local Instagrammers
Solitary man seen from the back hurriedly biking down street in Oslo
Image by @oslochristiania

Oslo Christiania - invites us to see Oslo "The way I see it". The refined color palette lends a poetic sense to the otherwise ordinary street scenes gracefully captured by the hobby photographer.
Modern building seen through vertical glass paned window
Image by @egil.andresen

Egil Andresen - Egil's Instagram account captures Oslo (as well as some other destinations) with a range of predominantly architectural imagery captured from unexpected angles.
Softly saturated still life with flowers in glass vases
Image by @onlydecolove

Katerina Dima - OnlyDecoLove is an evolving curated visual Diary by Katerina, an Architect/Photographer/Stylist based in Oslo who highlights Modern Scandinavian/Nordic style interiors with a lovely bold yet delicate aesthetic. 
 

DESTINATION INSPIRATION
Read up on our selected cities
Top thing to do in Oslo card
Image by Gunnar Ridderström


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VISITOSLO COLLABORATES WITH THE TRIP BOUTIQUE 
We are happy to announce our partnership with VisitOSLO, the official marketing organization for Oslo and we are even happier to let you know that you are invited to request your tailor-made Oslo itinerary - at the courtesy of VisitOSLO!
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